• Keep on Running – part 1.

    As the days start to draw out, here are some tips from our resident runner."Millions of people visit Greenwich every year to stroll around the attractions and heritage. But that's not the only way to see the sights...

  • Star Wars: Identities

    A brand new exhibition, Star Wars: Identities is touching down at The O2 this week and we went along to a preview this morning in an advanced state of excitement.

  • Sail Royal Greenwich 2018

    Sail Royal Greenwich is back in London on July 4 - 8 July 2018. Ten fabulous tall ships will be cruising up and down the river Thames and you're invited on board.

  • Pokémon GO to Greenwich

    Pokémon is back after 20 years! If you haven't heard of the latest craze to sweep not only the nation, but most of the world, where have you been for the past few weeks?

  • Cutty Sark

    Louise Macfarlane is curator of Cutty Sark and she took some time to tell us a little about the long and fascinating history of the world famous clipper ship.

  • The People’s Brick Company

    Last week I popped down to the NOW Gallery on Greenwich Peninsula to try my hand at an ancient skill - brick-making. Not something you might do every day, month, year or even lifetime...

  • Above and Beyond

    A few days ago I was at Above and Beyond at the National Maritime Museum. I flew like a goose, following the leader of our migrating flock as we swooped over the woods and mountains. It was great!

  • Weekend Rockers at Greenwich Theatre

    One of the runaway hits of last year’s Edinburgh Festival was a late night show called Weekend Rockstars. The show won the Musical Theatre Network Development Award and now it’s on its way to Woolwich Tramshed.

  • Park it in the Market

    On the last Thursday of every month Greenwich Market is home to an evening of classic cars and bikes, great music and street food.  The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming as visitors wander around the classic cars and chat to their owners.

  • Cutty Sark and Nannie

    Cutty Sark, the most famous tea clipper in the world, is in a fabulously glassed-off dry dock on the riverside in Greenwich. Her name comes from Tam O’Shanter, a poem by Robbie Burns.

  • Getting around Greenwich on foot is incredibly easy, because it's very compact and everything is close together. For example, walking from Greenwich Pier to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park only takes fifteen minutes.

  • What to do if you don’t like Christmas

    There's lots to do in Greenwich this Christmas and it's not all tinselly, so if you're not a festive fan you'll still be in for a splendid time. Have you been to the National Maritime Museum to see Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution? You should, it's great!

  • ATP Tennis at The O2 arena

    ATP tennis is coming to Greenwich! The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals touch down at The O2 arena between 15 and 22 November 2015. Are you coming? Take this opportunity to mix sport and culture and take a look at the rest of Greenwich.

  • Greenwich Mean Time

    Visit Greenwich and stand on the Prime Meridian, with a leg in each hemisphere, eastern and western, at the Royal Observatory. You will definitely be having the best of both worlds.

  • The Royal Observatory

    Alison visits the Royal Observatory and sees the Meridian Line, Camera Obscura and Einstein getting a bit hot under the collar.

  • Thames RIB Experience

    Thames RIB Experience asked us if we’d like to take a taster trip on their superfast speedboats, boats which have the largest and most powerful engines on the river? Would we? Of course we would!